This year people are expected to spend $130 each on Valentine’s Day, but for a first date through an online dating service, having a companion and a simple, yet engaging conversation can be just as rewarding.
EL SEGUNDO, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Online dating services are a great option for those seeking long-term relationships, but they’re also a fun way to meet new people on Valentine’s Day, especially if saving money is a priority. Go Banking Rates investigates which internet dating services are the most popular and uncovers tips on how to save money when signing up for online dating services, and planning a first date on Valentine’s Day.
The thought of saving money while signing up for online dating services may sound contradictory, but the report finds that some quality relationship sites are actually free, while others offer discount programs, including promo codes and free trials.
Jennifer Calonia, Go Banking Rates’ consumer savings expert notes, “The great thing about using online dating services as way to secure a Valentine’s Day date is that there shouldn’t be any financial expectations to go the whole nine yards. This year people are expected to spend $130 each on Valentine’s Day, but for a first date through an online dating service, having a companion and a simple, yet engaging conversation can be just as rewarding.”
The Go Banking Rates guide also identifies three first date ideas under $10.
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